Just in time for Veganuary, Caribbean restaurant chain Turtle Bay has launched their first ever dedicated vegan and vegetarian menu.
In both of their Bristol restaurants (Broad Quay and Cheltenham Road), as well as others across the country, Turtle Bay are ensuring that both vegetarians and vegans are as well catered for as the meat-eaters in any group.
The vegetarian and Vegan Menu can be found here, and includes starters, mains, sides and desserts, as well as cocktails, soft drinks and alcoholic drinks.
Read our reviews of Turtle Bay on Broad Quay and Cheltenham Road
Vegan options include Trini Doubles (roti flatbreads with curried chickpeas, cucumber & mango chutney and coconut shavings) and one pot dishes like the spinach, aubergine & sweet potato curry, along with salads, wraps and more.
Veganuary is a charity that encourages people to go vegan for the month of January – find out more here. And if you want to book a table at Turtle Bay to try the new dedicated vegetarian and vegan menu, you can do so via their website.
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